- Beef cattle
- Honey bees
- Non-indigenous animals e.g. camels, bison, water buffalo
- Feeding and nutrition
- Health and disease
- Livestock movements including transport and export
- NLIS - National Livestock Identification System
- Chemical residue control
- BSE surveillance and stock feed controls
- Animal Welfare
- Emergency management
- LIvestock budgets
Livestock-related research units
- Animal Health and Food Science
- Animal Production - (FutureDairy)
- Beef Genetics and Improvement
- Sheep Genetics and Improvement
- Research Operations
- Diagnostic and Analytical Services
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Emergency and notifiable animal diseases
- Emergency animal diseases
can have serious consequences for trade, production or human health. Contact a vet or call the Emergency Animal Disease Hotline on 1800 675 888 if you see symptoms or deaths in animals that may be due to an emergency animal disease.
- Notifiable animal diseases in NSW
A number of animal diseases, including all emergency animal diseases, are notifiable under NSW legislation. This means there's a legal obligation to notify authorities if you know or suspect that an animal has one of these diseases.
- You may notify a suspected or confirmed non emergency animal disease using the online form or fill in the notifiable animal disease form (PDF 44KB) and fax it to NSW DPI Biosecurity on 02 6361 9976.
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